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June 09, 2005

Fruit flies like a banana

Gamma_2 Tix clock, the patterns can give you the time

Timepiece by Norm Carr

What is the Number of clocks you have to change at Daylight Savings at your house? (More than you think. You can save yourself twice that number every year, by not touching them, like I do)

Clocky is a clock for people who have trouble getting out of bed. When the snooze bar is pressed, Clocky rolls off the table and finds a hiding spot, a new one every day. Or try the Cock Alarm Clock

Roman Flash clock

The first SpiraClock-dedicated compute. SpiraClock is a new visualization technique for nearby events. Events are displayed inside an analog clock that can be also used as a regular computer clock. SpiraClock supplements traditional time-table or calendar displays by giving the user a continuous feedback on upcoming events. Compared to alarms and pop-up reminders, SpiraClock is far less intrusive and more informative. (From Jody's blog)

Faux digital. A set of candleholders that mimics digital clock display. A digital sundial

Biz Markie Alarm Clock

Clock Works on flickr

Hour Glass Clock

Alchemy Clock by Wilson’s Almanac

Many More Unusual Clocks and Watches Here

June 9, 2005 in Clocks & Watches | Permalink


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